Will somebody get on that, please?
Not to go back and check out the dinosaurs, try harder in school, or get the pretty lady......but to see these guys in their heyday going HAM.
Hopefully I'll live long enough to be able to time travel....because we have been promised it for at least half a decade by now.
Rap/Hip Hop fan? Enjoy.
The internet, a treasure trove of weird, a seemingly infinite chasm filled with idiots arguing with idiots. It's quite eye opening if you take a look around.
BUT, every once in a while, the internet un-earths something so great, that just for a brief moment we can forget the ills of our current ways.
1992. How old were you? Were you even born yet? Maybe you were just a wee lad.
For most of us, we didn't get to attend the the Pinkpop Music Festival in the Netherlands that year. 99.9% of the world didn't even know it was a thing. Remember, this was before most of us had gotten 'online'. Those that were there, well, they witnessed a monumental shift in the world of music. And it happened so fast. There were no cell phones to capture it, only the eyes and ears of the lucky few who were there.
Now some might say the internet was invented by Al Gore for some reason, or by the US Military for secret communications.....but whoever had a hand in it, we thank them for this: The energy, the passion, the unrestrained talent that forever changed punk, grunge, and rock and roll.
This, this is why the internet was invented:
Yea...that's about it. Cee-Lo aka Gnarls Barkley covers the Band of Horses hit "No One's Gonna Love You" and makes a compelling video to go along with it.
And its a roller coaster.
The site NME has an article about it, and check out the Vimeo video
Oldie but a goodie, and always relevant.
Slightly NSFW though.
The 599 GTB/GTO is now 10! years old, and I don't think it looks and ages as well as the 550/575.....but but there is no comparison, both in sound and performance.
6 liter front mounted V12, wailing at full tilt. Even 10 years later, not much compares.
Get a load of this.....
They thought they had it planned out. Years of planning, building, testing, engineering, and just finding someone to do it. Then a week of on site testing, tweaking, building, and the logistics of 100 people working to accomplish it.
The longest car jump.
Thanks to the automaker Mini, and more importantly, GoPro ( who put HD cameras EVERYWHERE), we have slow motion high definition footage of the good and bad of this record setting attempt.
My first thought while watching this....was where is the eye protection? You'll see why.
What a wild ride.
Hide yo grandma and yo sister too.
Cause they beating up everybody out there. No care or respect or shame or embarrassment or common sense or general concern for anything or anyone, really.
Lots of things to learn from this video too, so make sure to pay attention to the crowd and security? guards. It's a treasure trove of what this great country really is about. Is that Busta Rhymes?!
Also, reason number 452 to never go to Disney World.
OH....and the comments are Gold Jerry, Gold.
The 2019 Baja 500 is over (June 2, 2019), so lets take a look back at Mr. Robby Gordon full throttle TEN! years ago. This video is way too short.
You can hear the race prepped V8 at full throttle before you can see it. Front wheels off the ground at over 120mph in the dirt.
Earlier we posted about 'All Them Witches', an American grunge/rock band from Nashville TN.
They've been around sine 2012ish, and have a number of studio albums, but more importantly, they have a few live albums.
One of those is "At The Garage" from 2015. The Garage was a former welding shop turned happening music scene.
This is important because The Garage is no more. It closed December 31 2017, after being the main hub in Winston Salem, North Carolina for local acts, and some larger touring acts, for 17 years. The last show was by the group "The Genuine", whom I've personally never heard of.
Anyway, even though I never made it to a show there, I had heard of it, and it brings back memories of other dimly lit, possibly cramped, smoke filled local music halls where up and coming local artists would hone their craft. It's awesome to see acts that now sell 10000 tickets each night perform in front of 50 adoring fans. I've had that pleasure a number of times, but sadly the local privately owned venues are being pushed out int he name of progress.
Anyway, sit back, close your eyes, and remember those days.
Wilcox AZ, is, as you'll hear, is a town that started small and stayed small.
It's also a town that you've most likely never heard of. Country Twang star Rex Allen is from there, but you've probably never heard of him either.
What we want you to really know about is KHIL, the local 5000 watt radio station that has served the slow moving dusty old town since 1961.
Sitting on your back porch, cig in hand, whisky on ice, radio tuned to KHIL, and you'd swear it was 1968 all over again.....and sometimes that's a good thing.
Thanks to a recent short documentary by The Atlantic, we get a quick glimpse into the lives that control the tunes being sent out by those 5000 watts, and how those lives have been shaped by those same lonesome tunes.
Not much to say about this one, except that music isn't dead, the greatest acts don't get TV time, and I love discovering new awesome music. All you need is one camera, serious talent, and soul...and you have a great music video.
This one got me going.
Could tell you, but you know how the saying goes